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Albright College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

2,401 Students

50% Admitted

  • 2,036 full time
  • 98 part time
  • 966 men full time
  • 1,337 women full time
  • 6,347 applied
  • 3,038 admitted
  • 485 enrolled

2,015 Undergraduates

$40,644 Tuition/Year

  • 67 Graduates
  • 25 Non-Degree
  • $40,644 in state
  • $900 fees
  • $12,070 room & board
  • $1,000 books and supplies

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: United Methodist
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Mid East Small city
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Four-one-four plan
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Kyle from Dillsburg, PA
  • 0
  • Albright is a terribly incompetent school. I haven't been there for years and I am still dealing with the incompetence of their financial aid office. I would like to warn…

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  • James from Wayne, NJ
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  • The education you receive at Albright can be found at any other school. The only positive outcome of paying thousands of dollars and a constant tuition raise every year are…

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  • Jessica from Audubon, NJ
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  • Albright is full of cheapskates, I mean the tuition is still going up and it's all for construction, even though all of the buildings are antiquated as crap. It's a…

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire and educate the scholar and leader in each student, building on a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences and a commitment to the best of human values, fostering a commitment to a lifetime of service and learning.

Albright College
  • Located in Reading, PA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 2,401 students enrolled
  • 50% admitted
  • $40,644 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Meghan from Bowmansville, PA
  • I am a current student here

    I love Albright. From the moment you step in you feel completely welcome. The first week freshmen arrive a week before classes for orientation. You are put in groups with two very peppy leaders and you spend the week attending events that break the ice, get you used to campus and where your classes are and exposes you to all the other freshmen. This time is pack full of fun and learning and it really introduces and acclimates you to Albright life. As you start going to classes you get to know a lot more people and the environment is just really welcoming. There is a lot to do on campus like the gym, concerts, coffee places, poetry readings, experience events, plays, sports event, dances, trips ect. and there are always people around to hang out with. It's like a little family. Personally I miss everyone when I am on break even if it is just for one week. I can't wait to get back!

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  • 5
  • Gail from Robesonia, PA
  • I am a current student here

    As a first year student I commuted to Albright everyday. This year I am living on campus. If that itself does not say I enjoy being here, then I do not know what else really could. I love Albright SO much. Living in the area I never thought of myself going here, but when I stepped on campus for my tour I knew it was a place I would call home. Whether it be Albright or any other college make sure you have a sense of belonging there and can see yourself there walking to class and relaxing around the campus.

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  • 2
  • Brittany from Philadelphia, PA
  • I am a current student here

    The school is full of cliques and most of the students hardly have time for friends outside of academics and clubs so it is definitely hard to make friends after freshman year. In addition, there is not much of a party scene. However, the small campus is nice because it never takes more than 10 minutes to walk to class and the small class sizes are nice.

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  • Rebecca from Lititz, PA
  • I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    A big turn-off was that the campus is in the middle of nowhere. They have buses on specific days that take you to the essential places (Mall-Monday, Target-Tuesday, Walmart-Wednesday. It's pathetic that of all things I remembered that from the tour....). it looks like its a very tigh-knit community with a very small student body. not what I'm looking for....

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